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Researchers at the Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram, have devised a method to produce activated carbon, suitable for supercapacitor fabrication, from coconut husks, which are a major agricultural residue in Kerala.

Supercapacitors, with significantly higher capacitance and energy storage capacity than conventional capacitors, have emerged as a vital component in quest for sustainable energy storage solutions. The prototype supercapacitors made of coconut husk-derived activated carbon to be four-times more efficient than the existing supercapacitors.

•The findings have been published in the American Sustainable Resource Management Journal.

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